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‘No One Should Be Terrifed Like I Was!’ Exploring Drivers and Impacts of Child Marriage in Protracted Crises Among Palestinian and Syrian Refugees
Exacerbated by 9 years of conflict and displacement, child marriage among Syrian refugees appears to be increasing, while in Gaza, the noticeable reduction in child brides over the past two decades has recently plateaued. ...
Adolescent access to health services infragile and conflict-affected contexts: Thecase of the Gaza Strip
Background:Enjoyment of physical and mental health is not only recognized as a human right but also as an integral partof development, as reflected in Sustainable Development Goal 3–to ensure healthy lives and promote ...
Psychosocial support for adolescent girls in post-conflict settings: beyond a health systems approach
(Oxford University Press, 2017-12-09)
Adaptive and adequately resourced health systems are necessary to achieve good health outcomes in post-conflict settings, however domains beyond the health system are also critical to ensure broader wellbeing. This paper ...